sam wootton wrote:Really? I mean, this is kind of snowballing out of control and completely circumventing the whole point of Maven?
Stephan van Hulst wrote:If it doesn't, and you're in the luxurious position of having multiple monitors, you can just run multiple instances of your IDE on different screens.
IntelliJ IDEA allows you to work with several projects simultaneously, each one in a separate window. The projects are independent, and cannot share information, except for the Clipboard operations. All the projects run in the same instance of IntelliJ IDEA and use the same memory space.
Stephan van Hulst wrote:NetBeans can have multiple projects open at the same time.